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Plants vs. Zombies Heroes takes the franchise back to its mobile roots

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There’s a new Plants vs. Zombies game that you may not have heard about. It’s Plants vs. Zombies Heroes. It’s a collectible card game that has everything you love about CCG videogames. It’s got randomly sorted card packs you can buy with real money, haves-versus-have-nots multiplayer, and heroes with different powers to keep you occupied with unlocks and an XP grind. The PvZ twist is that the game features lanes of attack. You remember the lanes from the old Plants vs. Zombies games, right? They’re here, but now the attacking and defending units are cards.

Plants vs. Zombies Heroes is available on Google Play and the Apple App Store.

Flavored water and tacos go together in Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

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Electronic Arts and Popcap have announced the Tactical Taco Party Pack DLC for Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare. In the video announcement, Microsoft’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb, says that the free DLC is sponsored by Aquafina. The Party Pack adds the Jewel Junction map, a new game mode that’s similar to the “Kill Confirmed” mode in the Call of Duty series, and two new character variants that I’m sure Aquafina hopes will inspire gamers to quench their thirst with their FlavorSplash products. Players can be now be Berry Shooter or Citrus Cactus. Why wouldn’t anyone want to chug down the refreshing taste of an orange cactus?

The Tactical Taco Party Pack DLC is available for Xbox One and Xbox 360 tomorrow.